Sofyan Amrabat has been one of the major break-outs in Serie A so far this season, attracting the interest of several clubs for his performances with Hellas Verona. Even AC Milan are keeping tabs on the player, according to a report.
The Moroccan international is currently on loan at Hellas Verona from Club Brugge, but the former intend to exercise the €3.5m buy-out clause at the end of the season. By the looks of it, they could make a nice profit in the summer.
According to Calciomercato.com, Napoli were the first to approach Hellas Verona with real intent. The Partenopei want to secure the deal for the summer, as the player can’t move in January (regulations stop him, as he featured for Brugge early on in the season).
Although Napoli are far ahead, no agreement has been reached yet. Amrabat is also appreciated by the Milan management, who have made enquiries for the midfielder. However, they don’t intend to participate in an auction with Napoli, per the report.